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RCF joins Milan workgroup

RCF joins Milan workgroup
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RCF joins Milan workgroup

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RCF is the latest manufacturer to join the Avnu Alliance’s pro AV segment, supporting the Milan networking protocol. RCF joins a growing group of manufacturers – including loudspeaker rivals Adamson, d&b, L-Acoustics, Meyer Sound and PreSonus – to pledge its allegiance to the Milan workgroup in driving Milan’s market growth and to ultimately deliver an interoperable pro audio networked ecosystem.

Milan is a standards-based, user-driven deterministic network protocol based on Audio Video Bridging (AVB) for professional media to ensure devices will work together. It has been created and is maintained by the various manufacturers in the Avnu Alliance.

‘We have been following the Milan work that has been ongoing within the Avnu Alliance from a close distance for the past year and we are thrilled to announce that we’re joining the group and our intention to add Milan connectivity to our product line,’ said Umberto Zanghieri, RCF R&D manager. ‘With our philosophy of utilising the latest technologies as required by our customer base, and to expand our professional audio products offering, we decided to join the Milan initiative within Avnu.’

John McMahon, the Avnu Alliance’s pro AV segment chair, is excited to welcome RCF as the newest pro AV segment and Milan workgroup member. ‘RCF is renowned in the industry for being a long-time innovator in professional audio products and technology, a perfect fit for contributing to the goals and plans of the Milan workgroup and the Avnu Alliance as a whole,’ he commented. ‘We look forward to their valuable industry insight and contribution in helping us continue to make Milan together.’



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